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Amherst MediaTechnology Matters: Helena Fruscio

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Jarice Hanson interviews Helena Fruscio, Creative Economy Industry Director for the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development.  The Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development is working with partners from around the commonwealth to ensure this industry is being supported. If a business, organization, individual, or community leader has a question or issue, the creative economy industry director and a team of partners will help connect you to the appropriate resources that suit your needs.



This movie is part of the collection: Amherst Media

Producer: Amherst Media
Keywords: creative economy industry; arts; helena fruscio; office of housing and economic development; technology; jarice hanson; amherst; amherst media; boston; massachusetts

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